How To Calculate Volt Amps?

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To calculate the amount of volt amps (VA) to amps (A) you must know the phase (either single or three phase), the volt amps and line to line volts. The current (I), measured in amps, is equal to the apparent power (S), measured in volt-amps, divided by the voltage (V), measured in volts. The current (I) in amps is equal to 1000 times the apparent power (S) in volt-amps, divided by the square root of three times the line to line voltage VL-L in volts.
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There are a few different ways to calculate volt amps depending on a few things. If it's DC current, the equation to find volt amps (VA) is Watts (DC Current) = VA. In this equation V is the RMS voltage and A is RMS amperage. You can find more information at www.powerstream.com
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1. Multiply the voltage and the current to calculate electrical power in watts. For example, in a circuit charged with 50 volts and carrying a current of 3.5 amperes: power = 50 volts
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Voltage induced due to current depends on the resistance of the load. If 1 ampere flows through 1 ohm resistance, 1 volt will be induced.
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VOLTAGE = AMPS x RESISTANCE=> AMPS = VOLTS/RESISTANCE=> RESISTANCE=VOLTAGE/AMPS Source(s): I am an electrician
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Ohm's Law.
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